Dedicated Speaker Processors

Frink, Mark
January 2004
Mix;Jan2004, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p86
Focuses on the applicability of digital signal processors as a full -function dedicated speaker processors. Inclusion of input delay for zone allignment and output delay for component and cluster offsets; Capacity of parametric equalization of components on outputs; Applicability on onboard limiters for driver/system protection.


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